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BAM2013: The Benefits of Arriving Early

30th May 2013

We would like to bring your attention to the additional sessions that will be taking place on the first day of the BAM2013 conference (Tuesday 10th September).

Please bear this schedule in mind when booking your accommodation.

New Members Breakfast (08:00 – 10:00)

We encourage all new members to arrive at Aintree Racecourse early on Tuesday to attend the pre-conference networking breakfast. This provides new members the opportunity to meet BAM Council members, BAM Fellows, SIG Chairs and other first-time attendees before the conference sessions begin.

Find out how to book at: http://www.bam.ac.uk/civicrm/event/info?id=1991&reset=1

Professional Development Workshops (10:00 – 12:00)

Continuing on from the success of last year BAM will again be offering delegates the chance to attend a Professional Development Workshop free of charge from 10am – 12pm. There have been a number of interesting sessions put forward this year which will run in parallel and we look forward to bringing you more details in due course.

Find out how to book at: http://www.bam.ac.uk/civicrm/event/info?id=1981&reset=1

“Reflections from the Fellows” Session (10:00 – 12:00)

Running along-side the PDWs will be the first annual “Reflections from the Fellows” session. Arthur Francis and Andrew Pettigrew will reflect on the ESRC research programme ‘The Competitiveness of British Industry’ of which Arthur was the Co-ordinator and Andrew was Principal Investigator of one of its key research projects. Click to read more about this session.

Opening Plenary (13:30 – 15:00)

We are delighted to announce that the keynote speaker for BAM2013 will be Professor Roy Suddaby, Editor of the Academy of Management Review. The plenary will also include the presentation of the Richard Whipp Lifetime Achievement Award and the introduction of new Fellows into the Academy.

Track Symposia and Workshops (15:30 - 17:00)

Delegates are invited to participate in track symposia and workshops to work together on an issue relevant to the specialist area of research.

Click here to download the full conference programme

SIG Annual General Meetings (17:15 – 18:15)

We encourage all delegates to attend the SIG AGM closest to your research ideas. The formalities are normally over fairly quickly and are followed by refreshments and the chance to network with colleagues in your field.

Conference Welcome Reception (18:30 – 20:30)

The conference welcome reception provides delegates the opportunity to come together and reflect on the outcomes of the first day with drinks and nibbles provided. Delegates will be formally welcomed to Liverpool by Mayor Joe Anderson.

Posted by Joe Campbell - 
British Academy of Management

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